How Chocolate Helped To Win The War — Pacific Paratrooper

As a veteran and a chocolate and coffee lover, thank you.

Posted on August 13, 2019by ICT Genealogist

Seventy-five years ago, more than 160,000 Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy during the D-Day invasion. And while we all know that day served as a huge turning point for the Allied cause, you probably haven’t thought much about what those soldiers carried with them to eat during and after the invasion. Food had […]

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In case you needed another reason to eat chocolate. Thank you to GP Cox for the post. I didn’t know about the fourth requirement, but I liked your comment on it.

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Seventy-five years ago, more than 160,000 Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy during the D-Day invasion. And while we all know that day served as a huge turning point for the Allied cause, you probably haven’t thought much about what those soldiers carried with them to eat during and after the invasion. Food had […]

via How Chocolate Helped To Win The War — Pacific Paratrooper.

In case you needed another reason to eat chocolate. Thank you to GP Cox for the post. I didn’t know about the fourth requirement, but I liked your comment on it.

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3 Comments on “How Chocolate Helped To Win The War — Pacific Paratrooper

    • Happy to help I followed you also because I see a long history on your blog. I wanted to ask you more but my bed is calling. By the way, I am on Guam and I want to get back to your site and look for anything you have that would aid historical posts about the island.

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      • When you come back, simply type Guam in the search bar on the right-hand shoulder of the post and it will bring up what I have. Thank you for your interest.

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